Seven gigs not to miss this week

Seven gigs not to miss this week

Seven gigs not to miss this week

First published in Music

The Pharcyde The Haunt, Pool Valley, Brighton, Sunday, August 31, 7pm, £17.50, 01273 606312 ANOTHER chance to see Fatlip and Slimkid3 from the pioneering hip-hop crew perform their classic debut Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde alongside producers J-Sw!ft and LA Jay.

Mordred Concorde 2, Madeira Drive, Brighton, Monday, September 1, 7pm, £12.50, 01273 606312 ORIGINAL co-headliners Furyon have had to pull out of Monday's show after vocalist Matt Mitchell haemorrhaged one of his vocal cords.

Joining Mordred will be UK metal band Kaine.

Freddie Gibbs Komedia, Gardner Street, Brighton, Monday, September 1, 7.30pm, £12.50, 0845 2938480 HAILING from Gary, Indiana, MC Freddie Gibbs has teamed up with The World's Freshest for his second album The Tonite Show, featuring appearances from Raekwon, Sir Michael Rocks and G-Wiz.

Pink Mountaintops Green Door Store, Trafalgar Street Arches, Brighton, Tuesday, September 2, 7.30pm, £11.50/£9.50, 01273 606312 BLACK Mountain's Steve McBean returns with his ever-changing side project, with latest album Get Back featuring guest appearances from J Mascis, and members of Dead Meadow, The Fall and Brian Jonestown Massacre. Support from The Heavy Hearted and Nightworkers.

Whole Lotta Led Concorde 2, Madeira Drive, Brighton, Friday, August 29, 7.30pm, £13.50, 01273 673311 WITH Whole Lotta Love being named the best rock riff of all time by BBC Radio 2 listeners, the 18-year-old tribute fronted by Southwick's own Lee Pryor recreates the rock band’s biggest moments.

Ginger Baker's Jazz Confusion St Paul's Arts Centre, Chapel Road, Worthing Saturday, August 30, 8pm, £25, 01903 368967 CREAM'S original sticksman brings his new outfit to Worthing fusing jazz and rhythms from his South African home.

Mammothfest Green Door Store, Trafalgar Street Arches, Brighton, Saturday, August 30, and Sunday, August 31, 2pm to 10.30pm, from £18 weekend/ £12 day, 01273 606312 A HEAVY line-up of 28 bands across two days, including headline sets from Savage Messiah and Meta-Stasis tomorrow and Martyr Defiled and Collapse on Sunday.

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